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Respecting The Memory Of A Departed Loved One

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One of the most difficult facts of life to deal with is that it’s temporary for all of us. While we can work on accepting this troubling fact for ourselves, it can be that when it affects someone else, we are the most saddened. It’s never easy to lose a family member, no matter how close you were with them, but it stings all the greater if you were close and on good terms.

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